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11/06/2024 Off

ARC / RD4 / JIM CLARK RALLY 2024

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Following a dramatic double-header at the Manx Rally, the ProTyres Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championships would return to action for Round 4 in the Scottish Borders at the Jim Clark Rally (May 24/25).

From the town of Duns in the county of Berwickshire, Scotland, the Jim Clark Rally is affectionately named after the 1963 & 65 Formula One Champion and would once again offer up a challenging two-day, 86-mile Asphalt rally across 14 stages.

09/06/2024 Off

ARC / RD 2&3 / MANX RALLY 2024

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The 2024 Protyres Asphalt Rally Championship would move on from what became a short sharp blast around the Lancashire Lanes, onto the ferry, and across to the intimidating Isle of Man for the iconic Manx Rally.

21/05/2024 Off

BHRC / RD 4 & 5 / MANX RALLY 2024

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For Rounds 4 & 5 of its 2024 season, The FUCHS Lubricants, Motorsport UK, British Historic Rally Championship would return to the Isle of Man for the first time since 2017 for a doubleheader points scoring opportunity. A place that has a rich history in Motorsport and indeed British Rallying, the Isle of Man offers up the ideal playground of quality closed roads around the stunningly picturesque Island for a two-day event covering 126 stage miles, which was a very welcomed return to the series.

16/05/2024 Off

WELSH / RD2 / SEVERN VALLEY STAGES 2024

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The Motorsport UK Pirelli Welsh National Rally Championship relocated a little further south to Mid Wales for the second round of its 2024 Championship. To celebrate the 50th running of the Severn Valley Stages, the event, once again sponsored by Rallynuts would offer up some 60 competitive stage miles, over and above a normal 45-mile one-day rally. It would also feature some of the finest gravel stages that Wales has to offer in the Coed Sarnau, Myherin/Tarennig and Harfren Forest complexes.

03/05/2024 Off

BTRDA / RD2 / SEVERN VALLEY STAGES 2024

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Around a month had passed since the Malcolm Wilson Rally in the Lake District had raised the curtains on the 2024 Protyres BTRDA Rally series in March. This time around the series would travel to Mid-Wales for the second round of the Championship, the Rallynuts Severn Valley Stages Rally, where world-class gravel stages would await the crews. 

23/04/2024 Off

BRC / RD2 / RALLYNUTS SEVERN VALLEY STAGES 2024

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Organised by the Midland Manner Motor Club, the 2024 edition of the Severn Valley Stages rally would host the second round of the Motorsport UK ProBite British Rally Championship for the first time in its long-standing history. 

02/04/2024 Off

BRC / RD1 / NORTH WEST STAGES 2024

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The Motorsport UK British Rally Championship has taken a bit of a leap forward this year in what initially appears to be the most competitive season for several years. ProBite, a new upstart in the world of automotive performance braking has taken up the position as the headline sponsor and the championship has secured rally-by-rally highlights coverage on terrestrial TV for the first time in years.

20/03/2024 Off

ARC / ASPHALT RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW 2024

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The 2024 Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship commences this weekend, launching in Garstang with the North West Stages (March 22/23). One of the most anticipated rallies in the UK, the event is set to return to its Myerscough College base and kicks off with the well-received ceremonial start in Garstang town on Friday evening. The action takes place over 10 stages, covering 58 competitive stage miles on the Saturday. This also marks the first initial crossover event of three with the British Rally Championship.

18/03/2024 Off

BRC / BRITISH RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON PREVIEW 2024

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After several years of two-wheel/front-wheel drive “hot hatches” being the focus of our top-flight National Championship, competitors were voting with their feet. Numbers had declined to the point where the series, which should possibly be considered as “the pinnacle” of the sport in our country had lost credibility amongst rallying folk and had effectively become a turn-off for the fans.

“THE BRC IS BACK!” was the tagline for the British Rally Championship in 2016.